Pitching Lessons with Nicole Di Salvio Hild


Nicole Di Salvio Hild is a two-time Olympian for Team Italia’s Women’s Softball Team in 2000 and 2004.



Di Salvio’s resume also includes 3 College World Series.



Di Salvio grew up in Corona, California and attended Corona High School, where she was recently inducted into the high school hall of fame. As a four-year starter on the Corona High team, Di Salvio was selected to the all-state first team by Student Sports Magazine her senior, junior, and sophomore years. She was a four-time All-CIF and First Team Mountain View League performer as well as league MVP in both 1995 and ’97.


After high school, Di Salvio attended the University of California, Berkeley on a full athletic softball scholarship. As a four-year starter at pitcher, she owns the CAL record with nine career saves. She is only the fifth pitcher in CAL school history to throw two no-hitters in the same season. As a senior she tossed three no hitters and two perfect games. Di Salvio earned Regional All-Tournament honors all four years as well as All-tournament teams at both the National Invitational Softball Tournament and the Bank of Hawaii Tournament. She was also named to the All-Pac – 10 Softball teams and All Pac –10 academic teams while at CAL.

After completing a Bachelor’s Degree from CAL, Di Salvio went on to earn her multiple subjects teaching credential from UC Irvine and her Master’s Degree in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University. She is currently the Head Softball Coach at San Bernardino Valley College and was also part of the coaching staff for the Women’s Softball Team at Fullerton Junior College from 2002 to 2004.

*Nicole will be conducting lessons on Wednesdays and Thursdays at EM Speed and Power, Rancho Cucamonga.

To sign up for a lesson or find out more about lessons with Nicole contact her @ (951) 283-5378

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